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times. as predicted, our reporter joins us from hollywood with a couple of big surprises. lauren? >> there was the first win for leo and taling the most oscar goal was "mad max," taking center stage, though, in addition to the stars winning awards, the controversy over diversity. >> "spotlight," a film of of a newspaper investigate, sex abuse by the catholic priests took the top prize winning best picture. >> if they. in knitted host i would not get this job. >> oscar host who occupied the night addressing the diversity controversy right out of gate. >> i am a "danish girl." >> black actors and parodies of
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nominated films. >> calling hollywood weighted. >> hole -- hollywood is sorority rapist the we like you but you are not a kappa: the loading streak of low ending with the performance as a wounded frontiersman seeking let try because leaving him gold for "revenant," and his acceptance a dire warning. climate change is real, it is happening right now the most urgent threat facing our entire species. >> best actress as predicted went to brie larson and the biggest upset was supporting actor in category chock fall of hollywood heavy hitters. the "dan irgirl," took home best supporting actress but the most awarded film of the night not the sensitive serious films that
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dominated the awards but, instead, "mad max," with a 60s instead, "mad max," with a 60s win oscar haul. >> as the red carpet is torn up behind me we will talk about what movement will stick with viewers on sole media, his best actor win was feeted about more than 440,000 times and it was the most tweeted minute in oscar telecast history. >> appreciate it. our own reporter matt caller was reporting for us looking nice and you could see hill on the red carpet, with an old friend, green bay packers quarterback who met in check khomeini years ago -- in chico many years but matt is on a riser so appears much higher. >> we will have reports on all
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of oscar action coming up in the next half hour. >> the biggest winner is a northern california woman. >> the oscar goes to...brie larson. >> winning the oscar for leading rode born in sacramento and became the young of the person accepted at at&t's young conservancy program here in san francisco. and a resident struck it big with "spotlight," and got best picture and pixar produced "inside out," the best animation and both owned by walt disney. >> if you watched the oscars with the phone out the whole time, instagram and facebooking and tweeting, and our reporter has the most important 2016 moments. >> you solve media reacting to the highs and the lows. here are the most top searched
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2016 oscar moments. one, when leonardo decaprio won the best actor. two, lady gaga's emotional performance with sexual assault survivors and three, chris rock's opening monologue, and the host did not waste any time addressing the elephant, the lack of diversity at the awards. some called it brilliant and others described them as brew dallas and another moment when he introduced the new director of minority outreap, stacey dash. >> i cannot wait to help my people out. happy black history month. >> i counted at least 15 black >> i counted at least 15 black people on that. >> thanks guys, thanks, if anyone is upset about thisject, just tweet about it on your
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phone that was will made these kids. >> we are having problem with our microphone, she was talking about another moment he brought three asian children on to the stage and spoke of child labor. we will be back with more of that. so much amazing behind the screens oscar content on abc7news.com with the surprises, best and worse fashion and big moments right on our website. >> switching goers the man charged with kill his girlfriend, the san jose woman is due in court today. on friday, 23-year-old was formally charged in the murder of 22-year-old stacey aguilar, with the prosecutor say he shot aguilar on valentine's day after they got to a house party. the court documents say a friend of him helped him roll her body down a hill in fremont. he was in jail on immigration hold a documented immigrant. he could enter a plea today in court. >> this afternoon, a preliminary
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hearing is scheduled for the three santa clara county jail guards charged in the booting death of a mentally ill inmate. the district attorney will present evidence against the men to convince the judge that the case should go to trial. an autopsy showed 31-year-old michael michael tyree died from blunt force. they are on leave. >> the commute got more expensive, rider wake up to price increase for caltrain. janet is in san jose. >> good morning, caltrain raised the fare by 50 cents so normally it would take about $9.25 to get from san jose to san francisco, and now, it will cost you $9.75. the fare hike pays for an increase in rail operation confidents. caltrain is the only transportation agencies without a guaranteed force of tax revenue so they rely on the
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money people pay to ride trains but there is a boom in ridership in the past few years and it continues to grow. the price of day passes, eight ride tickets and monthly passes are also higher but if you have a clipper card you get 15% discount that went interest affect yesterday. report live in san jose for abc7 >> a mill valley homeowner is dealing with the aftermath of this, a large tree that fell right on to the home along lee avenue yesterday happening in the afternoon with firefighters saying no one was home when the tree suddenly collapsed. >> as far as we know older tree, possibly dead, with no wind or significant win or weather. we live in a for chest there is no way to avoid it other than early detection of a possible dead tree or hazardous tree. >> it is on top of the home and it has structural damage and manage manage has to turn off the gas and hurricane terrorist as a precaution -- gas and
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electricity as precaution. >> it is mild in san francisco at west port ad at 51 and downtown at 50. we are at 58 right new in san leandro the warm spot and santa clara, 53, union city 52 with pacifica and richmond and pittsburg and we have 40s out there and walnut creek and palo alto and saratoga at 47 and petaluma at 48. the activity planner, walking the dog is great, it will be warmer this afternoon, and calmer waves if you are going to the beaches and enjoy the temperatures are in the early 70s, and watch out for pollen if you are outside. the fog has taken over the golden gate bridge and we have low-to-upper 70s if the last day in the leap year, february, and tomorrow, maybe a degree or two cooler and we will hold steady through when but, thursday, holding the key to rain in the forecast with that will set diagnose
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coming up. >> there is a fog advisory low visibility. 680 is looking good, southbound, near not main as you make your way to highway 24. the traffic map shows the area, the yellow, where there is thing fog so be extra careful at 880, along the shore and, also, part of 80, and when at skyway we have reports of a new crash with injuries involved and we could see slowing. we will keep an cry on that for you. reggie and natasha? >> i have my hand on it. i said, we are going to make it through this. >> comforting words during the moment of terror, a bay area lifeguard talks original to abc7 about how he risked his life to save a little girl and her mother. >> naughton was laughing at one of chris rock's oscar jokes that of chris rock's oscar jokes that
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of chris rock's oscar jokes that (singing) i just can't wait to meet you, sweet child you're on the way, i'm filled with expectation, and you're growing everyday... (instrumental) hmm. [cell phone beeps]
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holding hands, watching the water, moms after that, a waive knocked them down and dragged them out into the sea. the lifeguard jumped into the icy water. >> you have to move fast. you go after the littlest one and they will have the heart evidence time. >> i got to her her eyes were should, she was scared and in a fetal position. i put my hand on her. i said, we are going to make it. >> he put the girl on a rescue helicopter and want back to get her mother. he was hospitalized for hypothermia but as can you see he is okay now and back at the beach. >> now back to the oscars. lieutenant governor newsome took to twitter after a joke. >> are not allowed to ask women what they are wearing, ask, ask, they ask men because they are all wearing the same outfit,
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okay? >> this is interesting, ask for more is a campaign started by the lieutenant governor's wife and it encourages interviews to ask actresses about more than just their dresses. after the joke, the lt. governor tweeted to chris rock and i quote, "ask for more is not about men or women wearing different things but how ideas secondary to men." he continues "i have a sense of humor but this is critical for living the laying field and i am proud of my wife." he tweeted in an industry where only a third of speaking characters in films are women it is critical we ask for more. >> a lack of diversity at the oscars was the talk at two bay area events, a group that benefits h.i.v. services in san francisco. our reporter was this. >> they posed for pictures with 6' tall men with goes car gold and food prepared by san francisco's best food artists
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and, yes, they laughed along with chris rock's hit at san francisco. >> a world where athletes are as good as black at leasts. rocky is science fiction movie. >> chris rock was entertaining. three did a good job. it needed to be done. >> across town at the after cap american shakespeare company black actors belted out their best during their stages of "the colored museum." the internet # oscarsowhite. that is nothing new. >> we knew where we were as actors of color in this business but it is an eye opening thing for the rest of america. >> the found are of the group said hollywood has fallen into a risk averse rut that could take a while to get out of. >> it takes years and team for
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someone to say, wait, do this differently and take risk. >> she made an interesting observation about the oscars, the lack of diversity is not a problem in other award shows like the emmys, tony or grammys >> we are awake right now and there is a good chance of big winners last night still up to partying away, of course, the hottest post show is vanity fair with j.j. abrahams, a few of the celebrities that drop by and leonardo decaprio appeared and at the governor's ball best supporting actress and best director and "spotlight," director partying it up. >> and the man of night, best actor, leonardo decaprio seen
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getting his awarded and vice president joe biden and spielberg. >> i did not know they engrave it right there while you are standing there. all the lighting was low leonardo decaprio. >> first oscar... >> nice. they were doing it this morning maybe you could blame it on the fog. >> that is right. >> be careful. >> let me show you the fog it is getting thicker at less than quarter-mile in petaluma and downtown to three-quarters at sfo and three-quarters at sfo mean we are going do have flight arrival delays on monday morning and business monday morning, that is going to be issue. in san rafael, south, on 101 you can see the visibility is quarter-mile. and hazy sunshine when this lits at look, and near record highs with the caveat it is february 29 and we only do this every four years so it is harder to
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set a record high so they are lower than the rest of the day an it but, still, warm, light rain across the north bay and the rest of us have a stormy pattern on sunday hacking around on monday and tuesday you are waiting for the three-day storm and you gave up on winter, and i said wait until march it will happen and it looks like those could be the day. how about the 70 at half moon bay and the rest of us at 72 to 76 degrees and tonight it will be another mild one with minority 40s to mid-50s. now we talk about our storm impact scale, "1" is light to "5" severe, next storm wednesday night into thursday morning up to quarter-inch in the north bay and the rest of us less than .1" so at 5:00 on wednesday evening the clouds are increasing and by 10:00 the light rain is moving in and it is all green, and overnight it will spread south and fall apart so we could make up thursday morning for the commute with slickness on the street. notice what it does to the
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temperatures after being in the mid-70s we will be in the mid-60s. frances? >> good morning, everyone, a possible hotspot westbound 80 at crust there is a boulder in the left lane with the fog, several cars have pulled over so we will try to see if we can see a camera in the area but it has been foggy near the bay bridge toll plaza and in san jose, this is north 101 under 880 and the visibility is better but thick across the golden gate bridge out of marin county into san francisco. also, there is fog advisory for the cartinez bridge through vallejo to hercules keep that to mind and we are seeing the typical slow drive westbound 580 with brake lights from tracy to dublin it is 32 minutes and an update on a couple of east bay accidents in the next report. guys? >> ready, set, count. coming up, ready to sloop under the -- toship under the -- to
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his car when he was hit. officers caught up with the hit and run driver, she was also driving with a suspended license >> whoa. anaheim. police releaseed five kkk members arrested after a violent brawl on saturday at a kkk rally 57 your old charles let go after acting in self-defense. they arrived at a park for an antiamericas rally, and three stabbed three counter-protesters and seven others remain in custody. >> have your smartphones and laptops ready tomorrow when the state parks and national forest catch grounds across california will be available for reservations. popular areas can go in ten minutes and saturday night the labor day weekend, that
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essentially the must popular. the for of the service will stake reservations at 7:00 a.m. state parks start at 8:00 a.m. and yosemite reservations begin at mid-march. >> social media is buzzing. >> oprah said "thumbsup." also, early in the night a company called total futurity confused her with whoopi. >> show that possible? >> and ellen tweeted "that is incredible." that probably means a lot. >> carrie washington was "floored by the courage and beauty and realness shown by the survivors on stage," with lady gaga. >> modern family to lgbt community. >> we saw incredible dresses and moments and i was surprised a lot of people came out and spoke of thing they believed in.
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>> and stacey dash came up and did the black history month. >> i was confused. i am glad you got it. >> i was one of five who thought it was hilarious. >> maybe you can explain it to me. >> mike? >> i likeed the jack black. >> angela bassett, that was so good. so good. so good. >> now, san jose, even you in the south bay, not immune from the fog. this is 280 and 17, be careful. ing up in the next weather i will show you the area not dailying with fog. low-to-mid 70s through the central valley and rain in eureka and 72, and 91 in palm springs and two degrees shy of a record high today in lake tahoe at 55, and we have rain on the way friday and saturday but heavy snow is coming own sunday, monday and tuesday. >> we have the fog with the bay
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bridge toll plaza and it is in wonder a bunch of cars or drivers did not see the boulder westbound 80 in berkeley at university is there are six cars that have pulled off to the shoulder so look out for that, also, westbound 4, an accident could still in the left lane injuries reported there. westbound 80, a little bit of slowing, near gill plan and university -- gilman and university where the cars have pulled over a foggy drive and i will check out the drive times westbound 80 holding to the maze >> major league baseball and the players union remind big leaguers that smokelessw4s%v the stadiums and that includes at&t park. letters are placed in clubhouse lockers in spring training and local ordinanaces in san francisco, los angeles, and best prohibit smokeless tobacco. similar legislation is being considered in new york city with the managements and the yeses supporting a possible been.
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>> former owner and five time super bowl winner will be honored, unveiled today at levi stadium in santa clara, and fans get the first look at it when the museum re-opens to the public this morning at 10:00 and the nfl announced this month that he will be inducted into the pro football hall of fame in can top, ohio. can top, ohio. >> three, two, one -- >> third time is not the charm for space x. engineers abarted the launch of the rocket yesterday. that is the third failed attempt to put a satellite in orbit in five days. they are trying to hand a rocket on a barge in ocean for the first time ever so they can reuse it. reusable rockets will transform space travel. >> the warriors are back home
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this morning after a long road trip and next at 5:00 a.m. they are ready to check it up now they have clinched the spot in the may offs. >> battling it out for super tuesday the last minute shots the presidential candidates the presidential candidates firing at each other the
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the presidential candidates firing at each other the (singing) i just can't wait to meet you, sweet child you're on the way, i'm filled with expectation, and you're growing everyday... (instrumental)
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live from the kgo-tv broadcast center this is abc7 news if they nominated hosts i would not get the job. >> brutal honesty. we are not sure if he got the approval for the opening monologue but it will be one of the most remembered opening ever at oscars. we have what everyone is talking about to morning. i am natasha zouves.

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